The full break-down of free ‘tips’ for the year can be read HERE>>>
I won’t dwell on them here. The general downward slump has continued albeit hopefully Harry The Viking may spark some green shoots of recovery. The profit stats for the year still read well, albeit if you started just after their peak .. +138 points .. it is fair to say we are on a slump. Albeit if I conveniently ignore my flat tips (-22.5 points) and focus on the Jumps , as I write 7 days into December, they are around the +90 points mark. Anyway they are what they are and I will try and improve on recent efforts.
Covering various angles including the V W November system, Tom George Chasers, Kerry Lee Chasers, Saturday TJCs and a few others posted up through the month…
43 bets / 8 wins = +12.75 points
Includes the odd AW angle mainly focusing on Fanshawe and Perrett..
4 bets / 2 wins = +1.5 points
These results build on the success of the Sept/Oct angles and the others covered in those two months (other NTD micro, Lavelle micro) which pulled in around +71 points across that portfolio.
So since the start of September those main ‘Jumps Angles’ have pulled in around +85 points.
Moving onto those that are being ‘live tested’…
Handicap Hurdle/Chase Portfolio
These have no odds caps and were newly researched for this year. So far they have a bit of work to do, but such is the approach it won’t take many winners to propel them into profit. But, clearly, some caution should be advised at the moment…
73 bets / 12 winners = -7.1 points.
That brings the total since testing first started in September to …
111 bets / 15 winners = -24.6 points
All those results are based on 1 point win bets. I would always advise tracking your own bets/results if you do follow any of the above.
Trainer Track Profiles: Jumps 2016/17
Results at the end of week 10 for these stats can be found HERE>>>
That will be all for this update.